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This is what you can expect for most of the belay ledges on Durance. Two or three bolts at about chest height, very solid.
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travis lang
Mar 17, 2016
This is what you can expect for most of the belay ledges on Durance. Two or three bolts at about chest height, very solid.  
Michael Schneiter
Glenwood Springs, CO
Michael Schneiter   Glenwood Springs, CO
That anchor is bomber for its intended use here. The only reason for backing up that sling would be if you store your slings in vats of battery acid between use. Nov 9, 2017
travis lang
alexandria,mn
travis lang   alexandria,mn
One sling with a equalizing knot, essentially making it a two sling setup. I would say that it is a fairly common anchor setup. See the link below for an example. :)

How would you set a belay anchor in this situation? I'm all for learning new techniques when I can. For extra reference there was an additional anchor bolt that I was attached to while belaying.

here is a quick link for reference:
howtoclimbharder.com/wp-con… Nov 8, 2017
Chris Little
Albuquerque N.M.
Chris Little   Albuquerque N.M.
Uhhhh... is that a one sling anchor? I wasn't there, but I always back EVERYTHING up. Nov 8, 2017

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